Cinema in Bucharest

Cinema Pro

Shows first-run features from Romania and big films from around the world.
Cinema in Bucharest

Cinemateca Eforie

Plays an eclectic and often amusing mix of art-house, kitsch and Romanian films.
Club in Bucharest

Club A

Run by students, this club is a classic and beloved by all who go there. Indie pop-rock tunes play until very late Friday and Saturday nights.
Jazz in Bucharest

Green Hours 22 Jazz Club

This old-school basement jazz club runs a lively program of jazz nights through the week and hosts an international jazz fest in May/June. Check the website for the schedule during your trip and try to book in advan…
Cinema in Bucharest

Hollywood Multiplex

Comfortable multiplex cinema with about a dozen screens, located in the Bucharest Mall.
Theatre in Bucharest

National Theatre of Bucharest

The National Theatre is the country's most prestigious dramatic stage. The building is a 1970s-era big box, but the facilities inside are excellent. Most dramatic works are performed in Romanian. Check the website f…
Drama in Bucharest

Jewish State Theatre

Plays in Romanian and Yiddish.
Opera in Bucharest

Bucharest National Opera House

The city's premier venue for classical opera and ballet. Buy tickets online or at the venue box office.
Rights Group in Bucharest

Accept Romania

Accept is a gay-, lesbian- and transgender-rights Romanian group that organises the annual six-day GayFest in summer, with events, films and disco nights around Bucharest. The Accept website has a good page of links…
Football in Bucharest

Steaua Arena

Steaua Bucharest plays its home matches in the 28,000-seat Steaua Arena, which dates from the 1970s but which was renovated in 1996. Games are normally played on Sundays. Buy tickets in advance at the stadium box of…